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Our directory lists details of the range of services and activities provided by our 550+ members, all of which are voluntary or community organisations based in Brighton, Hove, Adur or Worthing.
You can search the directory using an organisation’s name, or search by area, type of service, or client group.
This directory can be updated, so if you spot any errors, get in touch with us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01273 234023, and we’ll do our best to update it.
If you’re a member you can check or change the details we hold on your organisation.
If you’re from a voluntary or community organisation based in Brighton, Hove, Adur or Worthing, you can apply to join us as a member. There are lots of benefits to being a member, including discounted and prioritised access to our services. Once your application has been approved your details will also appear in this directory.
Brighthelm is an example of Church and Community working in partnership. We provide meeting rooms to the voluntary and public sector, with special evening community rates. We have a community café and various community activities.
The Brighton and Hove Allotment Federation promotes the development, provision and protection of allotments, and represents the interests of plot holders in Brighton and Hove. We are entirely volunteer run - by plotholders, for plotholders.
Being a member of the Brighton and Hove Chamber of Commerce is one of the most effective ways of finding new contacts, partnerships and work for your business.
BHCLT is a member led umbrella organisation for community led groups which provide housing and other land use for their members at genuinely affordable rents. Land will remain in stewardship in perpetuity.
We are a group of volunteers recently formed to launch a campaign to save the public tennis courts in Brighton & Hove. We are raising awareness of threats due to budget cuts and are working on a community-based proposal to ensure sustainability.
Our aims are: 1. to relieve poverty, sickness, distress or suffering by appropriate charitable assistance 2. To advance education and to promote social and economic development ; 3. To raise public awareness and advance public education about the effect of public calamity, war or civil disturbance, lack of natural or other resources and poverty distress or suffering.
Advice and information and support with Service Charges and all issues to do with living in flats. Free advice to members including legal. Available every Tuesday at Friends Meeting House, Ship Street 1.00pm to 3.00pm. Last Thursday in the month 5.00pm to 7.00pm. All leaseholders public and private sector welcome.
Confidential emotional support 24/7 to those in distress or despair.